The Chisholm Project

A repository of women's grassroots social activism in Brooklyn since 1945

“We Can’t Survive on $7.25”

Eleanor Bader's article in The Brooklyn Rail highlights the plight of under paid fast food workers as they organize for better wages. Originating in NYC, the grass roots movement, Fast Food Forward is leading this fight which includes a call to be treated with dignity and respect in the workplace. Bader's article points out how this movement and others are emerging in NYC and across the country. To help support their cause take a moment to visit the FFF site and sign a petition telling fast food mega corperations their employees deserve better pay.


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